[ES_JOBS_NET] Assistant Professor (tenure track) in Marine Isotope Biogeochemistry
marinspiotta at wisc.edu
Mon Dec 4 19:12:28 MST 2017
*Assistant Professor (tenure track) in Marine Isotope Biogeochemistry *
The Department of Geological Sciences at Stockholm University currently
hosts c. 70 permanent academic staff, post-doctoral and guest researchers,
engineers and administrative personnel, and PhD students. Research and
teaching at the Department encompasses Geology, Geochemistry, and Marine
The Department seeks applicants in the field of Marine Isotope
Biogeochemistry. Geochemical research at Stockholm University has a long
tradition of low temperature geochemistry and biogeochemistry, aimed at
understanding the geochemical processes that determine the composition,
history, and climate on Earth. We seek applicants who use isotopes as a
tool to gain further understanding of biogeochemical processes in aquatic
ecosystems. The envisioned research should be relevant for the Baltic Sea
placing such research in a worldwide context of marine and coastal systems.
The main responsibilities associated with this position will include
research (80%) as well as teaching and student supervision in support of
our curriculum, which includes on-site, distance and field-based courses.
The position is linked to the Baltic Sea Center (http://www.su.se/
ostersjocentrum/english/). Applicants will be assessed primarily on
scientific merits, but teaching experience and ability to attract external
funding are also considered. Visit our web site (www.geo.su.se) to find
more information about the position and to learn more about the department
and its resources.
*Application deadline is January 15, 2018. *Please use the Stockholm
University web-based application system to apply. Specific information
about the application procedure can be found at http://www.su.se/english/
about/working-at-su/jobs. Further information can be obtained from
Professor Martin Jakobsson (martin.jakobsson at geo.su.se).
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